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In addition, Mr. Gallaher and his ...
In addition, Mr. Gallaher and his wife, Cindy Gallaher, started North Bay Adoptions in 1990, a non-profit organization that facilitated the adoption of foreign born children by North American families.
Mr. Gallaher is Founder and Chairman of the Board of First Community Bank, which has branches throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, and is Vice Chairman of the Board of California Clean Power.
The founders and principals of ...
The founders and principals of OSL are Bill and Cindy Gallaher.
A native of Sonoma County, Bill resides in Santa Rosa with his wife Cindy
and their five children.
Cindy oversees the OSL design department and is involved in every element of project design.
Bill and Cindy
have been involved in their community in various ways.
NBA was founded during the time in which Bill and Cindy
were adopting the second of their 3 adopted children.
Cindy was also a founding member of the Santa Rosa-Bukjeju, South Korea Sister City Organization, and Bill served for 13 years as director at Sonoma National Bank, a community bank based in Santa Rosa.
He is now one of the founding members of First Community Bank of Santa Rosa, chartered in 2005, and currently serves as the Chairman of its Board of Directors.
Bill and Cindy
have developed an impressive array of projects, including single family homes, apartment complexes, office buildings, shopping centers and more than 30 senior communities.
It was this history that led Bill and Cindy
to the concept for the Fountaingrove Lodge.
"Fountaingrove Lodge is a ...
"Fountaingrove Lodge is a dream that has been several years in the making, and reflects our desire to provide fine retirement living opportunities for a broad range of seniors," says Bill Gallaher, founder and principal of Oakmont Senior Living (OSL), who developed the concept with his wife, Cindy.
We feel Fountaingrove Lodge compliments those sensibilities," says OSL co-founder and principal Cindy Gallaher.
says OSL co-founder and ...
says OSL co-founder and principal Cindy Gallaher.
Your LGBT Retirement Community â€“ Northbay Biz
Enter William (Bill) and Cindy Gallaher, founders of Santa Rosa-based Oakmont Senior Living (OSL), a recognized leader in the retirement industry that's developed more than 30 upscale senior communities throughout the western United States.
Bill has been in the building and development business since the mid 1970s.
Cindy is an experienced manager with credentials that include operating a successful nonprofit (North Bay Adoptions, which she and Bill founded in 1990) and overseeing the OSL design department.
"As adoptive parents of transracial children, we're highly sensitive to the experience of minority groups," explains Cindy
, who's involved in every aspect of design for each OSL project.
"Bill and I had already developed a niche community for Chinese seniors, which had been extremely satisfying both personally and professionally.
We felt that building a community for LGBT seniors would fill an important social need while also providing a challenge for us."
To ensure the project would meet the needs and preferences of its target audience-affluent, educated individuals and couples who identify as LGBT and are age 65 and older-Bill and Cindy
sought the input of LGBT friends and established a formal LGBT advisory group.
"If you're going to deliver superior service to your residents, employees have to feel really good about their jobs," says Cindy Gallaher